I think it's a good value because you not only get 3 colors. I know that this is going to be a very useful shade for me. Tightlining is basically pushing eyeliner into your lashline usually your upper , while lining your waterline is just, well, you know…putting liner on your waterline. I could not get this to work no matter how hard I tried. It works just like water.
From now on, if I don't use this product, I will most likely not use any eyeliner at all. Also make sure whatever primer you use isn't heavy and filled with a bunch of silicones. I also use eyedrops with them and never had a problem. Then you get a couple of exclusive shades. I bought just one as I think it will probably last me the rest of my life I am sixty. I have always lined by eyes kohl, gel etc and never got the desired look I wanted. With the activator it sets quickly and stays put.
Silver jewelry looks great on you. I would repurchase because it's the only thing that works for my tightlining. There are 6 smudge and transfer-resistant, true shade colors in Black Ebony, Charcoal Grey, Bleu Marine, Forest Green, Mahogany Brown and Plum Riche. What do you guys think? Continued attempts will result in a permanent ban. Subtle colour correcting to bring back realistic colour is allowed.
The textures are silky and pigmented. I have tried to use the sample cake liner with water- it creates a consistency like a watercolor paint, and it is less opaque and not as waterproof as when I use the activator. Appropriate for contact lens wearers. Why do I love these eyeliners so much? I have decided that I only like it on the top lashes. I prefer the square side when using this product though. When you mix in the proper amount of water, in Chanel's case you need so little, you get the consistency of a liquid liner and it creates a perfect line. It confuses me so much because they're so creamy, there doesn't seem to be any fallout, so I'm not sure what that's about.
It's supposed to compliment blue eyes but I decided to try it anyway with my brown eyes. But the trio does come with this little slip that tells you exactly what to do. The amount of water you use affects the richness of the pigment. It's a suggestion, in case anyone from the brand is listening. The square brush is perfect for this! If I could change anything, I would leave a slot in the palette for the brush. Just easier and less fuss overall.
It will last a really long time even though I use it every day. The activator renders a darker line but it also becomes harder to remove. I never tightlined my lashes but always wanted to start trying. It's water based so it works well with other water-based foundations. I've been experimenting with tightlining with color and it's a fresh change although I think the darker colors look better. Please do not feed the trolls If prohibited behavior continues, you will be banned for 48 hours. It then morphed into a nail polish and makeup blog.
Unless you always do your makeup on the fly like in the car when you get to your office parking lot , you deserve to try this tightlining technique. Once you've gotten used to it though, you might find yourself tightlining more and more. I have very small lid space showing on my eyes so that is why I rarely use traditional eyeliner methods on the top. This isn't a bad thing. Racist, homophobic, transphobic, xenophobic, etc remarks will not be tolerated and result in an immediate ban. In select circumstances incomplete product lists can be accepted if you seek permission from the moderators prior to posting. You also get the brush.
Tightlining makes my lashes look so much fuller sometimes I forget to put on mascara. It is no longer made. I tried it using both water and the activator. I think this looks nicer than the new Charcoal Grey that they sell in the single pans. Bobbi Brown's gel eyeliners were tougher to remove.
I would recommend this to anyone looking for a great eyeliner and would repurchase when I'm out. Do you guys know of any other products that I might want to consider? I don't use it dry. The older formula of the black seemed to bother my eyes, even though for the first 6 or so hours it was so smoldery, smokey and very sexy in that French, Bardot manner. If you do get it onto your waterline you may see some transfer. Cool Undertones Tend to have pink or blue. I put a small dot on my face and smooth it around, the amount you'll use really depends on the coverage you want.